Skar Audio VX35-ST 3.5-Inch 300 Watt RMS High Compression Titanium Bullet Tweeters, Pair

Engineered and designed in the USA by Skar Audio engineers, the VX35-ST 500 Watt 3. 5-inch high compression titanium bullet tweeters are unmatched in performance and sound. Sold as a set of 2, these bullet style super tweeters are so powerful you might think you’re in a concert hall when hearing them for the first time. It doesn’t stop there however, the accuracy of the high frequencies reproduced by these tweeters is unparalleled, making them the top choice among audio enthusiasts.

Product Features

  • 3.5-inch High Compression Titanium Bullet Super Tweeters
  • Max Power: 500 Watts
  • RMS Power: 300 Watts
  • The Max power rating, for each tweeter is 250 Watts, for a total of 500 Watts.
  • 1″ High Temperature Kapton Voice Coil with In-line Capacitor Crossover
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms and Frequency Response: 2.2K-20KHz

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2 Responses to Skar Audio VX35-ST 3.5-Inch 300 Watt RMS High Compression Titanium Bullet Tweeters, Pair

  1. Anonymous says:

    EVERYONE READ THIS IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT SKAR AUDIO OK LOOK IM GOING TO SAY SOMETHING ABOUT THE PPL THAT JUST HAD BAD LUCK WHEN THEY ORDERED THESE ITS NOT THE BRAND MY WHOLE SYSTEM IS SKAR AUDIO AND NOT MY FIRST TIME USING THERE BRAND THAY ARE BAD A** VERY HIGH QUALITY BRAND THEY MAKE THERE STUFF IN THE SAME PLACE AS SUNDOWN AUDIO MY TWEETERS CAME IN THIS AFTERNOON AND THAY ARE SICK MY WIFE DOES NOT CARE FOR MY CAR AUDIO BUT EVEN SHE SAID WOW THOSE CHANGED THE WHOLE SOUND THEY ARE GREAT I LOVE THEM GOING TO GET 2 MORE FOR SURE SOME PPL JUST GET…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Design flaw = 2.5 stars…. Im going to say this is a 2.5 star product…I just got them in the mail today and was crazy excited that they came eirler than expected….2 thumbs up for delivery…..BUT…upon opening and inspection I noticed straight off…yes the negative terminal looks solid enough to slide a connector on…but when I saw the positive terminal and seen that the high pass filter wire had been soldered into the hole….so how the hell am I supposed to slide a connector on to this mess…